A New IEDRA Model for Student Placement Realization
International Journal of Management, Technology, and Social Sciences (IJMTS), Vol. 2(2), p. 20-27, July 2017
8 Pages Posted: 1 Aug 2017
Date Written: July 28, 2017
Getting campus placement for employment even before completion of their course is a price achievement for graduating students. Even getting a first job immediately after course completion is a new dream start for young graduates. However, the complication exists when students in final graduating year at campus are very much unsure and uncertain about their chances of getting first job placement despite of all skill training and career counselling imparted owing to various factors. Therefore, to address and solve this dilemma of students, a new IEDRA (Interested, Eligible, Deserving, Registered and Acceptability) Theory or Model for placement achievement is proposed here in this research. Through the study, by introducing the constructs of proposed theory, determination of job selection possibility for the students is propounded. Finally, upon determination of stance on their possible interview selections using the framework, students can formulate a further performance yardstick or standard to follow for ultimate success in interviews.
Keywords: Campus Placement Framework, Operating Models, Interview Selections, Graduate Recruitment, IEDRA Model
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